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Convection in Rotating Stars

  • F.H. Busse (a1)

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It is shown that many features of convection in rotating spheres and spherical shells can be understood on the basis Of plane layer models. The phenomenon of differential rotation generated by convection is emphasized. The potential applications and limitations of analytical and numerical models for problems of astrophysical interest are briefly discussed.

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Convection in Rotating Stars

  • F.H. Busse (a1)

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